So far in this course, you've learned that you can do your color corrections in Adobe Premiere Pro, and some of the basics of how and why. In this video you'll get to know the full tools inside of Premiere that you can use to adjust color.
This lesson will help you familiarize yourself with the standard tools of the trade for color correction. It will help you build familiarity with Premiere so that you know what tool to use for the effect you're trying to achieve.
Make sure to check out my lesson on how to read RGB and YUV scopes in Adobe Premiere, too, for more information about how to make accurate corrections and adjustments.
Watch the Full Course
Don't stop learning color correction now! Adobe Premiere has plenty of tools, but it takes time to learn how to use them. The course How to Color Correct Video with Adobe Premiere has everything you need to learn color correction.
Maybe you need to edit a video for a work or school project. If you want to save yourself countless hours of tackling the learning curve, this course is the best way to take it on. Skip the hours of experimentation in the app and learn how to color correct with this course.
You can jump right into this course using a subscription to Envato Elements. For a single low monthly fee, you get access not only to this course, but to the entire library of 1,000 courses.
Check out these other lessons to learn more about Premiere and other video editing effects:
- VideoHow to Color Correct Raw Video in Premiere Pro (Beginners Guide)David Bode
- Video46 Best Free Premiere Pro Add-Ons, Presets, Templates, and PluginsEnvato Market
- VideoVideo Editing Basics: How to Sequence Shots in Adobe Premiere ProDavid Bode
- VideoHow to Read RGB and YUV Scopes for Precise Color Correction in Adobe PremiereDavid Bode
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